Prime Video & Netflix neck-and-neck in latest streaming report

The streaming service scene is looking more like a high-stakes game of musical chairs, and the music just got cranked to eleven. According to the freshest JustWatch data, Disney’s streaming platforms – Disney+ and Hulu – are dancing circles around Prime Video, snagging more market shares in Q4 2023. Meanwhile, Netflix is hot on their heels, proving that this dance-off is anyone’s game. As we sashay through the stats, Insider Intelligence‘s data shows an increase in individual plans, which could help Disney surpass Prime Video. “In the final quarter of the year, Disney’s streaming services, Disney+ and Hulu, combined gathered more shares than current market leader Prime Video,” a company spokesperson tells KnowTechie.” Meanwhile, Netflix is approaching Prime Video with just a 1% difference between the two players. And if you’re thinking Disney’s got this waltz won, let me direct your attention to the SEC filings that reveal more than just impressive subscription revenue. READ MORE: The best streaming services It’s a tango of increased retail pricing and subscriber growth, with a dash of rising programming costs to keep things interesting. Paramount+ Paramount’s one-month free deal offers a no-cost trial of their streaming service, allowing users to explore a diverse content library without immediate financial commitment. Check Availability KnowTechie is supported by its audience, so if you buy something through our links, we may get a small share of the sale. Don’t blink now, because Paramount+ is sweeping in with a +2% market share gain since January, moving to the rhythm like a dark horse…Prime Video & Netflix neck-and-neck in latest streaming report

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